“Smart gun” technology continues to be in the news. Mark Keefe, editor-in-chief of American Rifleman, has written about the product created by Armatix GmbH, which uses an RFID paired bracelet that must be in close proximity of its handgun. Keefe discusses the problematic nature of the design, and ponders the question of hacking such a computerized device. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co 5/05/14.
The editor-in-chief discusses the problematic nature of "smart gun" technology.
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